The Sullivan Residence

The Pi Kappa Phi - Delta Omega Chapter dedicated the Residence on October 16, 2021 in honor of Dr. Tom Sullivan, initiate 153.

Dr. Sullivan was initiated into the Delta Omega Chapter in November of 1991 as part of the Alpha Beta pledge class.  Dr. Sullivan received his Bachelors degree in Journalism from Texas A&M and worked while in college at KBTX Channel 3 in the Sports Department.  Sullivan returned to A&M in 1998 to earn a Masters in Higher Ed Administration and went on to earn his doctorate in Education from Texas Tech University.

As an undergraduate, Dr. Sullivan served as Chaplain, Push Chair, and three consecutive years as Vice Archon which planned and executed recruitment efforts for the chapter.  During this time the chapter grew from a size in the low 20's to 100 members by the end of his three years.

As an alumnus, Dr. Sullivan worked at Pi Kappa Phi Headquarters as the Director of Chapter Services, and later served as the Volunteer Coordinator of Expansion for the National Fraternity, ultimately receiving the Beta Circle Honor for significant impact to the recriutment of members and growth of the greater Fraternity.  In 2006 Dr. Sullivan was elected to the National Council of the Fraternity as National Historian and spent a total of 12 yeas on the Council, culiminating with a two-year term as National President from 2016-18.

In 2019 Dr. Sullivan supported the Delta Omega Housing Corporation with the sell of the house at 1401 Athens and the eventual build of the new home of the chapter on Raymond Stotzer Parkway.  During this time Sullivan was tasked with fundraising in support of the build effort, ultimately raising $460,000.

Dr. Sullivan is the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas, where he and his wife Cheri are raising their children, Owen and Carly.